If we want to protect the Supreme Court’s legitimacy, Kavanaugh should not be on it

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Author(s) Jennifer Rubin
Source The Washington Post
Date September 29, 2018
URL https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/opinions/wp/2018/09/29/if-we-want-to-protect-the-supreme-courts-legitimacy-kavanaugh-should-not-be-on-it/?utm_term=.4ab425b3d79e
Quotes-start.png A good number of Americans already believe the Supreme Court is nothing more than a mini-legislature with two warring factions, fighting for that fifth seat to deliver “wins” for its side. Putting a judge on the Supreme Court who expressed hatred and resentment toward a wide swath of the Democratic Party would shred whatever is left of the court’s intellectual integrity. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Kavanaugh should be confirmed on the topic Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination.